NEWS/OPINION

  • New scholarship offered to CD students
    New scholarship offered to CD students

    Find out about a new helping hand for Central Dauphin High School students that Ted's Bar & Grill on Allentown Blvd. in West Hanover Township is starting in 2019.

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  • Lower Paxton community leader honored
    Lower Paxton community leader honored

    Lower Paxton resident, Central Dauphin School Board member and political activist Eric Epstein was recognized last week by Stray Winds Area Neighbors for his longtime service to the community watchdog group. He is stepping down as the group's president, a position he has held fo

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  • Lower Paxton has new top gun
    Lower Paxton has new top gun

    Lower Paxton Township supervisors voted 4-1 last night to hire Bradley Gotshall, as the township's new manager. He currently is the manager of Millersville Borough in Lancaster County. For details, click here for a story by Bill Bostic that was published by PennLive.com. And h

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  • Where are CD grads now? – Greg St. Clair Jr.
    Where are CD grads now? – Greg St. Clair Jr.

    By Anne Long For Linglestown Gazette Five years after his graduation from Central Dauphin High School in 2013, Greg St. Clair Jr. has landed in the National Football League with an internship as a videographer for the Baltimore Ravens. A lifelong fan, St. Clair grew up go

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  • SWAT car, Mission BBQ headline Night Out event
    SWAT car, Mission BBQ headline Night Out event

    By Charles ZinnLinglestown Gazette summer intern Have you ever wanted to see an armored SWAT car up close? That is one of the pieces of equipment Lower Paxton Township officials are bringing to the annual National Night Out at George Park, so now is your chance. The Nati

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  • Policing fireworks in LP is a work in progress
    Policing fireworks in LP is a work in progress

    By Charles Zinn Linglestown Gazette summer intern The July 4th holiday is over, but some people are still in a booming holiday mood over their new toy authorized by a new state law – aerial fireworks. While many people appear to love celebrating nearly a month after the

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  • LP dodges big stink over mammoth trash containers
    LP dodges big stink over mammoth trash containers

    By Charles Zinn Linglestown Gazette summer intern Lower Paxton Township officials most likely are patting themselves on the back based on what’s happening in neighboring West Hanover Township. Why? Well, taking out the trash is harder these days in West Hanover Townsh

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SPORTS

  • CD Lady Rams run up against a rising Altoona team
    CD Lady Rams run up against a rising Altoona team

    By Joe Gilloway [caption id="attachment_12534" align="alignright" width="123"] Altoona's Bridgid Fox , #45, was the game's top scorer with 22.[/caption] I suppose it's starting to sink in; the reality of just how challenging this season's Mid-Penn Commonwealth division real

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  • Lady Rams right ship with win over Carlisle
    Lady Rams right ship with win over Carlisle

    By Joe Gilloway The CD Lady Rams walked onto Coach Lebo Court in Carlisle's Gene Evans Gym tonight coming off a stretch of games that was unfamiliar territory for Coach Randy Gambelunghe's teams in recent years. Three losses in their last four games, albeit to some strong oppo

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  • Carlisle avenges early season loss to Rams
    Carlisle avenges early season loss to Rams

    By Bill Bostic The Carlisle Area Thundering Herd used a tough to crack zone defense and an outstanding 26-point offensive performance by guard Howie Rankine to upend the Central Dauphin Rams on Wednesday 55-48 at the CD gym. The Rams scratched out a 23-21 lead in the first

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LIFESTYLE

  • Fun holiday event coming to CD High
    Fun holiday event coming to CD High

    Submitted item It's holiday mayhem for a troupe of traveling actors performing Charles Dickens' classic tale A Christmas Carol. The actors playing Scrooge and Tiny Tim have suddenly quit, but the show must go on. The stage manager and prop boy have stepped in to fill their ro

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  • How to get happy & healthy today in Central PA
    How to get happy & healthy today in Central PA

    By Anne Long For Linglestown Gazette We all want to be the best version of ourselves: happy and healthy. But, we might not know where to start making the change, especially if we’ve been stuck in a cycle of eating out, snacking on too many tasty treats, and not taking care

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  • You’re invited to a shindig!
    You’re invited to a shindig!

    By Charles Zinn Linglestown Gazette intern Here's a great way to extend the July 4th holiday into the weekend! Trinity Presbyterian Church located on Locust Lane across from the vo-tech school, is throwing their 3rd annual shindig this Friday, July 6, starting at 5:30 p.m.

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